Samsung is reportedly working on a major update for its One UI software, which will introduce some AI-enhanced features to its flagship phones. According to a recent leak, the One UI version 6.1 will debut with the Galaxy S24 series, expected to launch in early 2024.
The leak, which was posted on Twitter, reveals some of the new features that Samsung is testing for One UI 6.1. Some of these features are similar to the ones that Google introduced with the Pixel 8 lineup, which also uses AI to improve the user experience.
One of the most notable features is the ability to generate custom wallpapers based on the user’s preferences and mood. The user can choose from various themes, colors, and styles, and the AI will create a unique wallpaper that matches their taste. The user can also apply weather and portrait effects to the lock screen, such as raindrops, snowflakes, or bokeh.
One UI 6.1 will also bring some enhancements to the image editing experience! Brace yourself as the image editor is about to level up its power. Not only will you have the ability to expand images beyond their original borders, but you’ll also be able to effortlessly transfer objects from one image to another. And that’s not all! Samsung Notes will now have the incredible capability to summarize lengthy blocks of text using handy bullet points. Get ready to unleash your creativity and productivity like never before!
The leak does not mention any details about the release date or the compatibility of One UI 6.1, but it will likely be exclusive to the Galaxy S24 series at first, and then roll out to older models later. Samsung has not officially confirmed or denied the leak, so it is advisable to take it with a grain of salt until more information emerges.